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Web-cameras Will Be Installed in Baikal National Park
28.07.2011 10:34
Web-cameras Will Be Installed in Baikal National Park

Three web-cameras are planned to be installed in Baikal National Park till the end of this year. This innovation will let visitors watch animals in real time.


The equipment will be bought very soon and any tourist will ba able to see the inhabitants of the nature reserve : bears,bustards,roes or sea eagles.


Installation works are held within the bounds of ecological tourism development programme at Baikal. According to the worker of the reserve, ten eco-routes ( one horse route and two water ones) are intended to be laid. Parking places, observation areas, cottages are being constructed right now.


It became known that an interactive museum complex "Baikal Pier" will have been built by 2012 at abandoned port "Tankhoi".





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